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With Easter just around the corner, we decided to try a new and easy method to make wet felted wool balls using a plastic Easter egg container.
First you fluff out two small portions of wool roving and then lay one fluffed fibre bundle over the other at a 90 degree angle.
Shaking the egg to felt the wool can take a bit of time so during this process, we decided to entertain ourselves with a little song and dance. Here is our version of the Hokey Pokey.
After a few rounds of the Hokey Pokey, some exercise in the form of dance and lots of laughs, we had some very colourful felted balls.
These can be used to make jewellery, to add a pom pom fringe to a rug, or to string together to make a mobile.